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on the phone to try to figure out how to download this thing. >>> and fully charged. david blaine is at it again, the man who's been buried alive and encased in ice is now playing with electricity. our reporter actually got close enough to talk to him. >> are you okay? >>> we're all looking at that david blaine video for the first time. there has to be an easier way to make a living. >> i don't know. this guy just gets bored too easily, i think. >> we were driving by him on the highway, my wife and i, in a taxi, and her question was, how does he go to the bathroom if he's up there for 72 hours? >> we have an answer so you want to stay tuned. everyone loves him in new york and across the country. >>> also this morning, the unsolved mystery in colorado, the massive search for a 10-year-old who vanished on her way to school, and police are now contending with a lack of clues, cold weather and the ticking clock. >>> it's 30 days until the election day, and the obama campaign has just released a staggering fund raising number. george stephanopoulos is here to talk about who has more mo
. hollywood fantasy made real. no wonder we're all transfixed. harry houdini, evel knievel, david blaine, showmen all, but what separates daredevils from mere stunt men may be the backdrop. the tightrope walker perched over niagara falls is as compelling in 2012 as it was in 1876 or a man-made wonder, a bridge or a building or a pair of buildings. philippe petit, the "man on a wire," whose flight of fancy is all the more poignant because that wonder is gone. like petit, felix baumgartner spent years planning this jump just as others are now planning what may be the next great frontier, a journey to the center of the earth, jules verne for real to study the origins of life. less than a century ago, pilots were daredevils. >> lindbergh and "the spirit of st. louis." >> reporter: charles lind berg and amelia earhart pushing boundaries that now we take for granted. without neal armstrong, there'd be no felix baumgartner. >> that's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. >> reporter: of course, baumgartner's giant leap didn't defy gravity. he submitted to gravity all the way down.
will urge people to support prop 30. >>> right now, david blain is standing on a 20-foot platform surrounded by millions of volts of electricity. have crazy. he started at 4:30 yesterday in manhattan. he is wearing a 20-pound chain suit. he plans to remain on that platform without food for 72 hours. >> this is beyond impressive. and it is amazing. it is sort of like the harry howdini story. >> so blain's doctor says the main risk, exposure to by-products of that electric find air. so there is a ventilation system to provide him with breathable air and water tube. his special visor in the helmet will protect his eyes. >> he always has that look in his eyes. >> it is entertaining. >>> homecoming night for the cal bears. >> an october that the fans couldn't ask for. the one change at the coliseum a fans are demanding. >> afternoon highs will be running below normal for saturday. i'll have a look at what to expect coming up. >>> both bay area baseball teams gun the world series run today. the giants will take on dusty baker and the reds, at at&t park. mr. perfect game. matt cane will start game
there. that would have been impressive. that would have been next level david blaine-type stuff. >> it would have been tragic for his family. >> she a baumgartner. he is a baumgartner. >> i happen to think he is a hero. it doesn't change the fact that red bull gives you a horrible after taste. if he could focus the last five years on the taste of red bull, it might have been a bigger achievement. >> maybe he would have been a real hero. we know how far and how fast he fell. i am curious to know how many explatives he had on the way down. we definitely would need to be on tape. how about you? eight million people watch this event on youtube which is an internet destination that a lot of people use if they have a computer or some sort of smart phone. >> it is an industry thing. >> will this change the way we -- look, i like how this is going. this is exciting stuff. >> it is exciting stuff. >> it is thought apparent. >> it is exciting. >> i think the world has changed forever. i consider myself something of an extreme athlete. i have done the stratosphere and i understand this is
" movie. hollywood fantasy made real. no wonder we're all transfixed. harry houdini, evel knievel, david blaine, what separates daredevils from mere stunt men may be the backdrop. the tightrope walker perched over niagara falls is as compelling in 2012 as it was in 1876, where a man made wonder, a bridge, or a buding. a pair of buildings. felipe petite, the man on the wire whose flight of fancy is all the more poignant because that wonder is gone. like petite, felix baumgartner spent years planning the jump. while others are planning the next great frontier. a journey to the center of the earth, jules verne for real. less than a century ago, pie lots were daredevils. charles lindbergh pushing boundaries that now we take for granted. without neil armstrong there would be no felix baumgartner. >> one small step for man -- >> reporter: baumgartner's giant leap didn't defy gravity he submitted to gravity all the way down. david wright, abc news, los angeles. >> it is nothing quite as death defying as working this show. when i think of brave, i think of you, rob. >> oh, look at me. >> don't m
of their debt crisis. >>> here's another big why, right? going for shock value, david blaine is at it again. this time, spending three days standing in the middle of a million volts of electricity, wearing a 27-pound chain male suit. they are shooting bolds of electricity through him. all of that voltage is going through his suit, not his body. and this is completely safe. >> this looks like an awesome idea. >> why don't you try it. >> you would like to see it. >>> the last word on president obama's barely-there debate performance, coming from "saturday night live." >> you have to hand it to mitt romney because president obama sure did. many political experts were surprised that during wednesday's debate, president obama failed to mention mitt romney's infamous 47% comment. president obama took the high road, forgetting that that road, leads to building houses with jimmy carter. more than 70 million people watch wednesday's debate on tv, online, or from one of the podiums. [ laughter ] fox news. when that thing ended, you must have looked at each other and said, i think we can report this o
on the november cover in nothing but a pair of skip-tight slacks. >>> magician david blaine's latest stunt made him a lightning rod for criticism online. fans can watch live on youtube as blaine spends three straight days standing in a one-million volt man made lightning storm while wearing a metal suit. a 69-year-old physics professor says the trick is so tame he would do it himself but he would need to take a nap. >>> and jay-z and beyonce brought down the house with their last concert in brooklyn. hometown hero jay-z even took the subway to the show where the couple had a duet including "young forever" and "crazy in love." >>> 8:04 right now. let's go back outside to savannah and willie. >> thank you, natalie. let's go to maria larosa to find out what is the temperature. maybe she knows. >> ask a professional. >> a little chilly in new york city, feeling the breeze, but we have a great crowd to take on new york's chill. the question is, are you? we'll look at lima, ohio, to wlio, sunny, cool and 56 degrees. we have some bright sunshine obviously not going to do a whole lot in a lot of spots
Search Results 0 to 14 of about 15 (some duplicates have been removed)